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Commit to Making Your Business a Success By Showing Up Each Business Day — 7 Comments

  1. I work from home at a job besides my blogging hobby. Definitely a balancing act!

  2. I work at home with the blog and my consulting business, but the reality is most of my work gets done based on my kids’ schedules not my own. I am up early and stay up late to get things done without interruption. I agree with you about the slippery slope!

  3. It took me awhile to realize I NEED to get up before the kids to get anything done, and to keep my house under control. It’s so easy to say “I work from home, I can get up when I want” but it’s a slippery slope of time management from there on in…

  4. Working from home, it took me awhile to find my rhythm. It’s easy to show up TOO much, or not be where you need to be at the right time because you lose track of time. There are ways that I “show up” like having my chat function on so that anyone can send me a message at any time, making sure my phone is near me and I answer it, and being presentable (hair done, clothes on) in case someone wants to do a video call.

  5. This definitely makes sense. I agree that little gets done “right” when the big cheese is not a constant presence. I think most of us want to do well for our superiors, and will work even harder if we know we are being watch and have a chance of being praised for our work.

  6. Yes, I am very tired today after a full conference yesterday and prepping for it the day before. However, this is Thursday and it is time for business. I had my 5:30am accountability call (okay I was late; 6am today). Working on who I need to contact today and going through emails now. And another 8am accountability call. Okay, back to work! LOL

How do these ideas work in your world?

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